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Love C++ and Python programming, and mess with mathematics and algorithms.


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accepted Brief material on C++ object-lifetime management and on passing and returning values/references
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comment Brief material on C++ object-lifetime management and on passing and returning values/references
Hey thanks. I think that your first 5 points should be understandable to any newcomer. And for the others she will need to do some research, but that's ok.
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comment Do functional generics exist and what is the correct name for them if they do?
I kind of agree with @Euphoric: the mixture of C# with something that looks like Funcdeps is not good. I kind of disagree in considering that OOP is a good answer always, but then, OOP tends to scale better than FP (if FP=<Haskell-by-the-average-Joe>).
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asked Brief material on C++ object-lifetime management and on passing and returning values/references
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accepted Choose C++ or Java for applications requiring huge amounts of RAM?
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comment Choose C++ or Java for applications requiring huge amounts of RAM?
@MikeNakis Thanks Mike. Though it is more likely that I will have rather simple code, just big data. And having been with C++ for eleven years, I sort of like it ;-)
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comment Choose C++ or Java for applications requiring huge amounts of RAM?
Have any of you programmed for a big-data, processor-hungry project? Any comments there?
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comment Choose C++ or Java for applications requiring huge amounts of RAM?
Agree with the cheap-memory part. As for development, I have been in C++ for a while and good coding practices make leakages a rather infrequent phenomenon; as a matter of fact, I really prefer C++ over java in that regard.
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comment Choose C++ or Java for applications requiring huge amounts of RAM?
Thanks for your answer. I agree with your hardware illustration.
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comment Choose C++ or Java for applications requiring huge amounts of RAM?
Thanks for your answer Emilio. I'm well aware of C++'s flexibility and feel inclined to agree with you. Then again, I would like to know some real-wold usage examples where these techniques have been used to success.
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